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Interns forced to accompany bosses drinking, mother complains

A MOTHER has complained to police after she said an aviation school had forced her daughter and other interns to accompany company officials while drinking and also cut their wages.

The mother surnamed Yang said her daughter and 30 classmates in central China's Hubei Province had started work as interns in June at a Lisheng company, arranged through the Jingzhou branch of Huahang Aviation Vocational School.

They were sent to work as restaurant and service staff at stores at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport in China's south, rather than selling air tickets and working in the aviation industry as they had expected.

And the girls were also forced to accompany officials who were drinking on business, she told Hubei's Gong'an County police, today's Sanxia Evening News reported.

A spokesman for the aviation school said the teacher who had arranged the placement was fired, and Yang won back the wages the company had deducted from her daughter, as did the other students.


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